The Michigan Language Assessment has been providing English language assessments, learning resources, teacher development, consultancy and research since 1941. Their range of assessments, which include what are often referred to as the Michigan Tests, is used for university admissions, IEP programs, K-12 ELL programs, professional licencing, and employment.
The tests offered by BritEd Costa Rica are the following:
Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE):
Is a standardised high-intermediate leven English as a foreign language (EFL) examination. It assesses language competence in speaking, listening and understanding and producing written English.
Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE):
Is a standardised, advanced-level English as a foreign language (EFL) examination. It assesses linguistic, discourse, sociolinguistic and pragmatic elements of the English language.
Michigan English Test (MET):
Is an international examination that assesses general English language proficiency in social, educational and workplace contexts, reflecting everyday, authentic interaction in an American-English linguistic environment.
2019 Exam Session dates:
- June 21st, 2019
- July 24th, 2019
- August 26th, 2019
- September 26th, 2019
- October 22nd, 2019
- November 21st, 2019
- December 4th, 2019
Michigan Young Learners English (MYLE):
Michigan Young Learners English tests are a fun and motivating ay to test the English of young learners in the primary nd middle grades. The tests cover all four language skills and are developed by Michigan Language Assessment in association with Cambridge Assessment English. The tests provide a clear and transparent assessment from Bronze (beginner) through Silver to Gold (early intermediate). The tests are international, with a focus on American English. Of primary importance is that the testing experience has a positive impact on children and on their subsequent language learning.
The MET Go! provides information about the English language ability of secondary-school aged EFL learners, with scores linked to the internationally recognized CEFR. Results my also be used to demonstrate the level of English proficiency for young learners intending to participate in travel-abroad programs. MET Go! tes taker is 11 to 25 years old and at the middle to lower-secondary school level. The test is aimed at those with proficiency levels from beginner basic user (CEFR A1) to intermediate independent user (CEFR B1)
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